The project relates to environmental research reporting in the form of questionnaires (baseline survey) for a quantitative and qualitative assessment of beliefs, attitudes and behavioral traits of specific groups of the local population of Crete, concerning environmental crime and liability for damages to biodiversity in NATURA 2000 network of sites in Crete, and assessment of their desire to commit supporting actions to tackle environmental crime, prevent and remediate biodiversity damage in Crete. The scope of the project includes collecting and statistical processing of a specified number of completed questionnaires per target research group. The original questionnaires were given to the Contractor by the Natural History Museum of Crete and segregated per target research group.
Action’s Budget: 7.995,00€
Contracting Authority: University of Crete
Capacity: Main Contractor